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posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2009-09-28 21:18  – Posting: # 4266
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Good morning, bears!

Thanks for the PASS-run. Now the game is tied at 3:3 for sample sizes of 4 or 6 (target power 70%, T/R=1, CV=7.5%).

                  power %      n
Diletti's table  >70           4
PASS              72.90        4
nQuery 7          71.559       4
                  97.943       6
StudySize 2.0.1   15.9         NA (4: <70)
                  70           6 (4.927)
                  72.69        6 (5)
                  93.201       6
R-code            66.674       NA (4: <70)
                  93.096       6 (5)
                  98.697       6
FARTSSIE 1.6      66.674       NA (4: <70)
                  93.096       6 (5)
                  98.697       6


Underlined sample sizes are rounded up to the next even integer (calculated results in parentheses). From the manual I would say that PASS uses also AS 243.

Cheers,
Helmut Schütz
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